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Remembering Longtime Floodwood Columnist "Mrs. Cedar Valley"


Partnership to Add Protection for Native Population Against Sex Trafficking

Preparations Underway for Lake Superior Ice Festival

Murder Charge Filed in Connection with Hibbing Homicide
Benjamin David Lundquist has been charged with second degree murder in connection with Hibbing Homicide

Rainy-Day Fund May Help Cover Minn. Insurance Hikes
Minnesota lawmakers are working to pass legislation that would use rainy day funds to help over 100,000 residents with health care premium increases.

Wisconsin Unemployment Rate Drops to 4 Percent

White House Denies Clemency for Indian Activist Peltier
Supporters of Leonard Peltier are seen rallying for his release in Duluth in 2014. President Obama has denied Peltier's request for clemency.

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41st President Bush Stable, Wife '1,000 Percent Better'
President George H.W. Bush is seen with Barbara Bush in this 1990 photo.

911 and Landline Phone Outage in Cook County

Remembering Roscoe: St. Louis County Sheriff's K-9 Dies

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Deceased Body, Snowmobile Remnants Found on Lac Courte Oreilles
Meeting Held on Preventing Deer-Killing Disease in Wis.
New Proctor Unified Physical Education Helps Bridge Gap Between Student Populations
Lost Dog Reunites With Owners After Five Days Missing
Duluth Woman Charged in Connection with Arson
Fierce Real ID Opponent says Upgrade Effort Will Get a Vote
Wis. Retirees to See Annuity Payment Increases
The ice caves in the Apostle Islands National Lakeshore, seen in this 2015 photo, are not yet accessible this winter.
Apostle Islands Ice Caves Inaccessible to Visitors
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41st President Bush Stable, Wife '1,000 Percent Better'

President George H.W. Bush is seen with Barbara Bush in this 1990 photo.

Trump Pays $25 Million to Settle Trump University Cases

President-elect Donald Trump has paid $25 million to settle lawsuits against Trump University.

30 Missing in Central Italy Avalanche that Buries Hotel

 Authorities say at least 30 people are missing after an avalanche hit a hotel in central Italy.

Iran Says 30 Firefighters Killed in Collapse of High-Rise

Three high school students were hit by a pickup truck at a bus stop in Otsego, Minn., on Thursday morning.

3 High School Students Struck by Pickup near Twin Cities


Proposed Time Zone Change Ignites Firestorm in North Dakota

Deputy and Suspect Killed in North Dakota Shootout

White House Denies Clemency for Indian Activist Peltier

Bankers: Weak Farm Prices Biggest Threat to Rural Economy

Prosecutors: Case of Officer who Shot Castile Should Proceed

3 Men Fined and Lose Hunting Privileges for Illegal Hunting

Mall of America to Reopen Movie Theaters with Gourmet Food

Keetac Steelworkers Begin Returning to Work

Essar Global Responds to Lawsuit

A bill to be introduced at the Wisconsin Capitol would repeal a mining moratorium that's been in place since 1998.

Legislator Wants to Lift Wisconsin Mining Moratorium

Pitcher Feliz Signs With Brewers, Joins Mix for Closer Job

Ex-Saint Skier Paul Schommer Named to U.S. Biathlon Roster for World Cup Event

Rod Carew Passes One-Month Mark Since Heart Transplant

Minor League Hockey Team Bus Rolls Over; No Serious Injuries

Hibbing Elementary Students Take On Mannequin Challenge


Animal Allies: Coco, Fitger's Frozen Fundraiser

Workout Wednesday: StoneHouse Martial Arts

Local Credit Union Raises $40,000 to Fight Hunger

Martin Luther King Jr. Day Events in Duluth

Animal Allies: Butterscotch

Free Diabetes Prevention Classes Underway in Twin Ports Area

Lake Superior is seen at Tettegouche State Park in this Jan. 7 photo.  An international agency is urging more action to deal with chemical pollutants in the Great Lakes.

Report: More Work Needed on Identifying Great Lakes Toxins


Minnesota Lawmakers Seek Tax Break for Wisconsin Workers

Duluth School Board Votes to Replace Rubber Mulch with Wood Chips

Vietnam Veterans Memorial in Duluth Vandalized

Six Superior High Schoolers to Attend Presidential Inauguration

Officers Identified in Hibbing Shooting

Duluth Ordinance: Sidewalk Shoveling up to Property Owners

Free Diabetes Prevention Classes Underway in Twin Ports Area
USDA Announces Stricter Animal Welfare Rules for Eggs, Meat
The rules are designed to help organic producers meet consumer expectations and ensure the integrity of the USDA organic seal as the industry has grown rapidly.
Mall of America to Reopen Movie Theaters with Gourmet Food

Bill to Lift Protections for Wolves Introduced in US Senate

Senators from three states have introduced legislation to lift federal protections for gray wolves in Wyoming, Minnesota, Wisconsin and Michigan and return responsibility for managing those populations to the states.


Majority of Fraser Shipyard Workers Test Positive for Lead

Health officials say 171 workers tested for lead exposure at a Superior shipyard had elevated levels of lead in their blood.


Sisters Donate $10,000 to Nordic Ski Center to Honor Their Mother

A trio of sisters who grew up on cross-country skis have donated more than $10,000 to the Grand Avenue Nordic Center. And it's in honor of their late mother, Sharla, who loved to ski.


New Faces Breathe New Life into Sunday Liquor Sale Debate

Fresh faces at the Legislature and an extra push from a powerful politician have Minnesota's ban on Sunday liquor sales in the crosshairs again.


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Rainy-Day Fund May Help Cover Minn. Insurance Hikes
Minnesota lawmakers are working to pass legislation that would use rainy day funds to help over 100,000 residents with health care premium increases.

Trump Pays $25 Million to Settle Trump University Cases
President-elect Donald Trump has paid $25 million to settle lawsuits against Trump University.

GOP Selects Women to Lead Party Operation
The Republican National Committee have selected Michigan Republican Ronna Romney Mcdaniel to lead their party.

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Report: More Work Needed on Identifying Great Lakes Toxins
Lake Superior is seen at Tettegouche State Park in this Jan. 7 photo.  An international agency is urging more action to deal with chemical pollutants in the Great Lakes.

Apostle Islands Ice Caves Inaccessible to Visitors
The ice caves in the Apostle Islands National Lakeshore, seen in this 2015 photo, are not yet accessible this winter.

Sisters Donate $10,000 to Nordic Ski Center to Honor Their Mother

Federal Agencies Budget $42M for Great Lakes Carp Prevention
Federal agencies are budgeting $42 million for the Great Lakes fight against invasive carp, like this one found in a river near Stillwater, Minn.

DNR Hosting 12 Public Engagement Meetings to Discuss Deer Management Goals

Duffy Co-Sponsors Bill to Take Midwest Wolves Off Endangered List

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